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Rainbow Springs Artist Cooperative Is Open

The Rainbow Springs Fine Art Association is happy to announce the opening of the Rainbow Springs Artist Cooperative (The CO-OP). The CO-OP is nestled in the heart of Dunnellon’s Historic Village on the southeast corner on Pennsylvania Avenue & Cedar Street. With over 30 members the CO-OP is staffed by its members weekly Wednesday – […]

Stovepipe Hat

It would be difficult to find a place less likely to have the latest New York fashion trends than 1898 Dunnellon. Dunnellon was in the midst of a mining boom and every Friday at 5:00 PM the town was overrun with miners from the outlying area. They came with a week’s  pay  in their  pocket […]

Be Prepared! Hurricane Supply List

As the storm approaches, you don’t want to be left without the proper supplies in case of storm damage so severe that it leaves you without power. We have gathered a list of items you need to be prepared this hurricane season.    You can download a printable PDF HERE. Hurricane Kit Flashlights & extra […]

Remembering “The Southland”

Chances are, if you grew up in Dunnellon in the 1940’s or 1950’s you were familiar with Atlantic Coast Line Railroad’s passenger train, The “Southland”. By then, older Pullman Heavyweight cars and steam locomotives would have been replaced by sleek streamliner cars and diesel powered locomotives. Legend has it, when northbound 32 departed the Dunnellon […]

Gator Tales

Spotting a big gator in the wild can be an intimidating event. As a native reflecting back on a lifetime of swimming and scuba diving in Florida waters, often with gators around, I can say with absolute certainty that the interaction between man and alligator is far from benign. It was a November Saturday sometime […]